The Crowdster is also available with electric pickups, so if you're looking for a little extra edge, or just the ability to go electric for a few songs, the Crowdster Plus listed here is worth a serious look. What's remarkable about this guitar is that even though it features standard acoustic strings—bronze as opposed to the nickel found on most electric guitars—it boasts electric tone that is head and shoulders above any other hybrid I've played, rivaling even some regular electric guitars. This means you get the best of both worlds, with a design that allows you to play either the electric or acoustic signals individually, to sum them together for a single output, or to split them with a Y-cable so you can send the acoustic half to the house PA, and the electric half to whatever effects and amps you like to use.
- Quilted Maple top over Mahogany back and sides
- Burnished Orange Burst with binding
- 3+3 headstock
- Baggs Element undersaddle plus Anderson-designed bridge pickup
- Includes Anderson hardshell case